Oswaldo Fadda was a Luta-Livre fighter. (Yes, the one with the leg-locking students)

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  1. Salves sod Iqueac Blue Belt

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    It seems that it was something extremely common, here for example you can see that Oswaldo Gracie was not only a practitioner but actually a Luta-Livre teacher.

     
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    Speedo Boy!
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    We missed U!
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    hiding a way for a week?

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    Thought you'd run away after trolling Judo guys who challenged you to look up what The Kodokan curriculum includes!
     
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    I for one actually appreciate the random bits of Brazilian martial arts history.

    Just not the Judo bashing.

    Count Koma bless.
     
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